The leak, however, would have occurred through an agency that allegedly works for the Mountain View giant. Victor Koch, CEO of Slinky.Me, confirmed that the company's servers were hacked, probably in an attempt to give the production truth.
However, Computerworld claims that Slinky.Me is behind a host of other unofficial videos and fake promos involving Google products. In the announcement about the leak, Koch still cites Google co-founder Sergey Brin, something that a legitimate company would never do.
Recent rumors claim that Google would really be interested in building a Chromebook with a touchscreen display, but probably not the device you can view on the video below: